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Florian Martin-Bariteau

Florian Martin-Bariteau is an assistant professor of law and technology at the Faculty of Law, Common Law Section and the director of the Centre for Law, Technology and Society, at the University of Ottawa. He can be reached at @f_mb or fmb@uottawa.ca.

Quantum technologies will inevitably affect society and disrupt it as the technology matures. They will underpin next-generation electronics and nanotechnologies, changing how we see and measure our world, and offer ultra-secure communication channels, write Tina Dekker and Florian Martin-Bariteau. Photograph courtesy of Unsplash
Quantum technologies will inevitably affect society and disrupt it as the technology matures. They will underpin next-generation electronics and nanotechnologies, changing how we see and measure our world, and offer ultra-secure communication channels, write Tina Dekker and Florian Martin-Bariteau. Photograph courtesy of Unsplash
Opinion | BY FLORIAN MARTIN-BARITEAU | May 10, 2021
Photo by Privecstasy on Unsplash
Opinion | BY FLORIAN MARTIN-BARITEAU | May 10, 2021
Opinion | BY FLORIAN MARTIN-BARITEAU | May 10, 2021
Photo by Privecstasy on Unsplash
Opinion | BY FLORIAN MARTIN-BARITEAU | June 5, 2017
Opinion | BY FLORIAN MARTIN-BARITEAU | June 5, 2017
Opinion | BY FLORIAN MARTIN-BARITEAU | June 5, 2017